by Brent Karding
Jesus' death and resurrection created Gentile worshippers.
Let us soften our hearts by uniting what we hear from God with faith (Hebrews 4:2).
Who are we really worshiping?
by Schaun Norman
Developing a deeper understanding of the trespass of the first Adam and the grace of the second Adam helps you truly worship and glorify God
by Jonathan-Alexis Paramore
Our logical response to seeing the glories of God should be radical, sacrificial service to God for the sake of His glory.
It is good to give thanks to the LORD [draft sermon notes]
God wants us for Himself, so He does it by Himself, for our joy, and His worship.
1 Corinthians 14:26-40
Spiritual gifts in the public assembly are for its mutual benefit and the reflection of God's character.
by J.F. Olivier Jean Marie
How can we avoid false worship?
When God gives us up to our sinfulness, it is a complete destruction of everything He originally intended.
Humbly care for those who no one cares for and take no portion from the world.
What is the primary motivation for God's wrath against humanity, and what is man's chief sin?
by James D. Cashion
This was a tough passage, with all the background bits necessary to fully comprehend it. Tough one for my first arc, too! Comments welcome!
by Ethan Holsteen
Pay attention to how God wants to be worshiped.
by Paul Buckley
We have every reason to bless the Lord. Let us live in light of this!
by David A. Larson
We Will Worship, Behold, and Reign with Our God
1 Corinthians 11:2-16
by Jeremy Horneck
In order to worship God, we must submit to His order of relationships.
Here we see three responses to Christ: 1. Worship Him. (Magi) 2. Ignore Him. (Priests) 3. Try to kill Him. (Herod)
by Andy Hubert
What does it actually mean to worship the Lord?
by Andy Hubert
Be dumbfounded for the glory of God!
by Paul Etterling
Preaching must be centered on the Word of God.